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Apr 27, 2014 5:30pm PDT
them ever since. today while in malaysia, president obama urged international backing for additional sanks against the kremlin which the obama administration believes is supporting the separatists. >> so long as russia continues down the path of provocation rather than trying to resolve this issue peacefully and deescalating, there will be consequences and those consequences will continue to grow. >> during his talks in malaysia today, president obama urged malaysian leaders to respect human rights and the president chose not to meet with an opposition leader convicted on what they say was trumped up charges. they concluded the trip with a visit to the philippines tomorrow, there he's expected to announce a new ten-year security pact. the deal will allow for greater military presence in the country and there are increasing tensions between china and the philippines. elsewhere in asia, the prime minister of south korea has resigned accepting responsibility for what the critics say was the government's slow response to the ferry disaster. the death count is 147 and more than a hundred
PBS
Apr 26, 2014 5:30pm PDT
is in malaysia tonight, his third leg of his trip to asia. pe wrooped up a trip to asia with a warning to north korea. >> we will not hesitate to use our military might to defend our allies and way of life. our resolve only grows stronger in the face of aggression. our alliance does not waiver, it just gains the support of the rest of the world. >> in afghan today, five nto troops were killed when a british helicopter crashed. the chopper went down in kandahar city in the southern part of the country. an afghan official atibuted the crash to technical problems. the nationalities of the victims were not immediately released. the latest presidential election results out of afghanistan showed the foreign minister abdullah abdullah in the lead with 45%, followed by exworld bank economist with 31%. the two will compete in a runoff election six weeks from now. both candidates have said they will findsign a security pact w theted states. the agreement would put about 10,000 american troops in afghanistan beyond the end of this year. less than 24 hours after a tornado swept through north carolina, othe
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